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The MOST important effect of Shays' Rebellion was that it convinced a large number of American leaders that
Native American attacks were a constant threat to domestic tranquility.
the federal government was too weak and could not handle issues of internal dissension.
the federal military forces were too strong and independent and needed to be brought under control.
slavery should be legal nation-wide in order to decrease the likelihood of revolts by the poor.
the federal government needed to do more to protect states' rights.